<h2>Celebrating <strong>Beauty</strong> & Diversity</h2><h3>Superb Fairy-wren</h3> <h2><strong>Bringing Back</strong> Vanishing Species</h2><h3>Regent Honeyeater</h3> <h2><strong>Sharing,</strong> Exploring & Discovering</h2><h3>Discovering Shorebirds outing</h3> <h2><strong>Connecting</strong> with Nature's Wonders</h2><h3>Double-banded Plover</h3> <h2>Sharing Nature's Awesome <strong>Majesty</strong></h2><h3>Yellow-nosed Albatross</h3> <h2>Planting a <strong>future</strong> for threatened species</h2><h3>Capertee Valley tree planting</h3> <h2><strong>Reducing</strong> the Threat of Extinctions</h2><h3>Superb Parrot</h3>
June 27th, 2022

The first tracking of at-sea movements for the White Tern.

 

Guest Speaker at the 5 July meeting, Nicholas Carlile, will present the first tracked movements of the tropical White Tern, using Global Location Sensors (GLS), from a breeding colony on Lord Howe Island. Often photographed for their nesting on tree branches, without a nest, this small tern has many intriguing attributes. This talk gives some insights into this little known species.

 

Nicholas Carlile is a Senior Scientist in Conservation Science, Science, Economics and Insights Division | Department of Planning and Environment and Adjunct Senior Researcher, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania & School of Environmental Sciences, Charles Sturt University; Associate, Biological Sciences at Monash University

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